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Personal Liability For A Company’s Unpaid Wages

You read that right — an individual can be personally liable for a company’s failure to pay wages it was legally obligated to pay to its employees. Depending on the circumstances, the person liable could be the company’s owner, a manager, or another individual with operational control who is directly responsible for the employing company’s … Continue Reading

New Law Affects Claims Arising From Construction Defects

Co-Authors: Cinthia M. Manzano, Esq. and Oliver E. Frascona, Esq. Law regarding construction defect changed effective April 2003. Please see new article at: Construction Defect Law: Effective April 2003 Colorado has enacted a law affecting construction defect litigation. The Act, called the Construction Defect Action Reform Act, applies to actions filed on or after August … Continue Reading

Disclosure of an Affiliated Business Arrangement

Co-Author: Brad M. Lund, Esq. I am a real estate broker. If I refer a potential mortgage customer to a mortgage business in which my husband is employed or has an ownership interest, must I give the customer an “affiliated business arrangement” disclosure when making the referral? Under RESPA (the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act), disclosure … Continue Reading

Sexual Harassment Policy and Complaint Procedure

  Supreme Court Rulings: A Mandate for Employers to Provide a Formal Sexual Harassment Policy and Complaint Procedure? Recent decisions of the United States Supreme Court can be viewed as a mandate for employers: communicate to all employees a formal policy against sexual harassment, including a sensible complaint procedure. An employer who fails to do … Continue Reading

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